Title

Fundamentals of Human-Centric ArtificIal Intelligence (A.I): Comparative Analysis of Europe and the U.S. Landscape

Description/Abstract/Artist Statement

This research is a comparative analysis of human-centric Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) in Europe and the U.S. It is established that fundamental pillars of human-centric A.I. are Lawfulness, Robustness, and Ethical. However, current states of attainment and rigor these pillars are pursued are not the same in Europe and the U.S. for various reasons. This research identifies and describes some of these notable reasons and provide relevant use-cases, primarily for technologists, entrepreneurs, and policy-makers to establish emerging risks of the global pursuit towards wider applications of A.I.

Presenting Author Name/s

Torre Williams

Faculty Advisor/Mentor

Cesar Ariel Pinto

College Affiliation

College of Engineering & Technology (Batten)

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Disciplines

Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

Session Title

Interdisciplinary Research #1

Location

Zoom Room A

Start Date

3-20-2021 9:00 AM

End Date

3-20-2021 9:55 AM

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Fundamentals of Human-Centric ArtificIal Intelligence (A.I): Comparative Analysis of Europe and the U.S. Landscape

Zoom Room A

This research is a comparative analysis of human-centric Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) in Europe and the U.S. It is established that fundamental pillars of human-centric A.I. are Lawfulness, Robustness, and Ethical. However, current states of attainment and rigor these pillars are pursued are not the same in Europe and the U.S. for various reasons. This research identifies and describes some of these notable reasons and provide relevant use-cases, primarily for technologists, entrepreneurs, and policy-makers to establish emerging risks of the global pursuit towards wider applications of A.I.